Metalline launch new Aluminium Extruded Plank System to their Unity Range
Posted: 21st September 2021

Metalline are delighted to announce they have developed a new aluminium extruded rainscreen plank system to our Unity range.

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New Unity A1 Floor to Floor Framing System
Posted: 26th May 2021

The Unity A1 F2F system has been designed to accommodate, flat, discrete-fix and hook-on Rainscreen Panels and is fully compliant with all types of A1 and A2 façade panels.

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New non-combustible range of Spandrel Panels
Posted: 12th February 2021

Architectural facade specialists Metalline have introduced a new non-combustible A1 rated spandrel panel that has been designed to fit into most curtain walling, structural glazing and unitised systems. This new panel allows architects and designers to specify with confidence a tested panel. Constructed from an A1 non-combustible material Metalline’s new Spandrel panels have been independently…

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New Unity A1 fire rated cladding system fully tested to BS 8414-2:2020 and BR135 compliant
Posted: 12th February 2021

The continued fire risks associated with high rise developments, has seen specialist cladding manufacturer Metalline, develop a new (A1 Fire Rated to EN 13501-1) non-combustible solid aluminium cladding panel. Entitled Unity their A1 panel is ideal for both new build and as a replacement for buildings currently fitted with non-compliant ACM, HPL and timber cladding….

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Metalline employ Origami to solve design issues
Metalline employ Origami to solve design issues
Posted: 14th April 2020

A series of stunning balconies finished in gold have added a touch of luxury to the recently completed “Residence” project, part of the Vauxhall Nine Elms regeneration plan in South London. Each balcony features a series of sophisticated aluminium soffits and fascia panels finished in gold anodised that provide a 3D symmetry to the balconies…

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A1 constructed Spandrel panels prove a safe replacement for Camden Tower Blocks
Posted: 23rd December 2019

Metalline’s fire-rated non-combustible Ultima Spandrel panels have been specified to replace the existing window panels on five tower blocks on the Chalcots Estate in Camden. The decision by Camden Council to replace all combustible material from their tower blocks is part of a major upgrade to ensure the safety and security of their residents. A…

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Architectural Fins: What to consider when specifying
Posted: 26th November 2019

Architectural Fins can be an integral part of a buildings fascia, however, the intricate detail and design requirements are often overlooked. There are a few key factors to consider when specifying architectural fins to ensure that both structural performance and visual appeal is achieved   Type There are 2 types of Architectural Fins. The first…

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Why aluminium is the best façade material
Posted: 5th August 2019

A facade is considered the face of a building and is often seen as one of the most important design aspects, it not only protects the interior of a building from various climates, it is also the building’s main feature or frontage. Aluminium facades are commonly used on buildings all over the world, but why…

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What are Secret Fix Rainscreen Panels?
Posted: 21st April 2019

Secret fix Rainscreen Panels are a versatile carrier and panel fixed system suitable for exterior use, such as rainscreen cladding, or interior use like wall covering. The Secret Fix Rainscreen Panels come as aluminium, and have a range of thicknesses, making it a great universal carrier. To ensure the highest quality of the end result,…

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Combustible cladding on high rise buildings to be banned
Posted: 9th November 2018

It has recently been announced that combustible cladding systems are to be banned for all high rise buildings in England above 18 metres (60ft). This includes all new schools, residential buildings, hospitals, care homes and student accommodation. The policy applies to all buildings in that are currently under construction and are in the above criteria….

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